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ALL MCQ MASTER TRAINER

ALL MCQ MASTER TRAINER

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It describes how the assessment would be conducted and gives guidance on simulation techniques. In most cases, assessment is conducted at work or in a simulated workplace environment.

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It tells the assessor what evidence is essential for successful performance such as: Product evidence, knowledge evidence, process evidence.

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Building blocks of the unit of competency

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These are set of specializes units of competency required of workers which are unique in a particular area of work.

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A dimension of competency which means “Being able to work with others”

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It is a structured format document that gives the details of the recognition of the achievement of a group of units of competency that meets the requirements for useful work

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A key facilitation skill; without this, a facilitator simply cannot do his job

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Units of competency that every worker must possess across all industry sectors

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A skill of facilitator that reassures attendees of meeting that they are being heard and help sustains their focused in the meeting

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A problem behaviour which includes dominating individuals who talk at the expense of others or the cynic that shoots down every idea that’s raised in the meeting.

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From where information on hazards can be identified?

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Approaches to conduct validation

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Organizational requirements

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Organizational Clients

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The concerned person for TNA

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Data Analysis Method

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Best option where training fails

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The variance between the skills offered and the skills required

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It is a private process in the preparation of TNA questionnaire and allows for the checking of suitability, validity and practicability of a research tool

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A training situation where trainees are released from performing regular work tasks for a set period of time, the training occurs in their usual workplace

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The training program is conducted off the job, in a special demonstration location; A sample scenario for demonstration is to bring the trainees for a demonstration of a particular field. Time is not crucial in this type of training.

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This is a type of TNA that aligns training with business strategy and ensures resources and managerial support for training

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A method of collecting data for TNA where you collect personal data and data on traininees attended which can be a printed copy or an online survey

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Person Analysis is a type of Training Needs Analysis (TNA) which means aligning with business strategy and ensuring there are resources and managerial support for training

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The TNA report contains your findings and recommended solutions.

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The trial and error method is an example of a regular solution to training.

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A type of question that provides a set of answers to choose from- they might be multiple choice, true/false or a ranking scale

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TNA can occur at two levels within an organization

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On-the-job training is required when the trainee has less workload in their workplace.

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If the problem of the target trainee is poor motivation caused by working conditions and systems, Skills training is not the solution.

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Observation is a method for confirming training needs; it is effective for individual performances.

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Alternative solutions to skills training include “the hire and fire approach”, which means employing new people if the current ones are not competent.

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Based on the information gathered in a TNA, recommendations should contain

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The Learning/Training Program provides a documented guide to support a unified and integrated learning process for the learner. It includes

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Computers are the teachers, as they have the role of accessing and managing the individual’s learning progress

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One of 3 principles in courseware design that is set up for the individual so there is maximum retention of the information to be learned.

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What is the main benefit of digital media (content) in education?

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“Perform Spot Welding” is the type of

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A dimension of competency which means “Being able to work with others”

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Being able to manage a number of tasks at a given time is a sample of Contingency Management Skills.

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The lighting, ventilation, utility services such as telephone, network/WIFI signals, and other technical and aesthetic design of a venue may affect the conduct of training.

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It identifies the important work-related tasks and knowledge, skills attitude; it determines if the content and activities are consistent with the trainee on-the-job experience and to develop measurable and relevant content objectives and methods.

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‘Being able to do the job’ which type of key feature of competency?

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Also referred to as e-audit

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“Communication” is the type of

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An action to eliminate a detected non-conformity

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“Does the candidate communicate effectively?” which type of dimension of competency

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What is the best step to do in case training is the best option to fill the gap?

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“‘Knowing what to do if things go wrong’ which type of key feature of competency?

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his method enables groups of students worldwide to reach their learning goals together.

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“Teamwork” is the type of

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All students receive the same studying materials that are predetermined by the teachers.

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This framework will enable you to remove ambiguity around a goal and craft an action plan that spells out exactly what you need to do.

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Problem-solving is the type of

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Finding a meeting venue for a small group of people would be always easy.

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CBT allows for multiple entry and multiple exit, this means that

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Assist students' learning; they can highlight important concepts; they improve comprehension; they help students organize information; and they assist students' metacognition by enabling them to check for understanding, helping students know when to alter their reading rates, and assisting students.

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Majority of the expert committee members for development of competency standard should come from the academe sector

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Non-fulfilment of any one of the program registration/assessment center requirements.

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What is the purpose of study guide?

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It is a written document that describes how we will monitor and evaluate program. It clarifies the “what”, the “How”, and the “Why It Matters” for the program.

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The question “What does the learner feel about the training?” is an example of what level of evaluation according to Kirkpatrick model?

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Finding a meeting venue for a small group of people would be always easy.

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It is an element of apprenticeship framework delivered away from the workplace, possibly in a classroom or workshop setting.

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Being able to manage a number of tasks at a given time is a sample of Contingency Management Skills.

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A legal agreement that specifies the training arrangements and the roles and responsibilities of the people involved.

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Food and Beverage Services NC 2 is an example of an evidence guide.

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This stage of assessment validation concentrates on how effective the assessment was, the standards of performance achieved, the validity of the evidence collected, and the accuracy and consistency of the assessment judgment

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A formal mechanism in the validation process that ensures confidentiality requirements is met

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Portfolio assessment is a method where candidates present proof (documents, certificates) which support candidate’s gained competencies

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Learning environment contains three main components except for

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A method of collecting data for TNA where you collect personal data and data on trainings attended which can be a printed copy or an online survey

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A method of assessment wherein the candidates will present proofs which will support candidate’s gained competencies is called

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Having identified a training need, it is absolutely essential to confirm that the performance gap is caused by a lack of training, but training may not be a solution if poor performance is caused by

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The lighting, ventilation, utility services such as telephone, network/WIFI signals, and other technical and aesthetic design of a venue may affect the conduct of training

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Which of the following is not a learning management system platform?

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For students with a non-flexible schedule; allows them to study apart from the group at their own pace.

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Supplies and materials for the training should be requested as the training goes on to ensure that there are enough numbers as per required.

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This is any content that exists in the form of digital data.

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It is defined as applying knowledge, skills, and attitudes to perform work activities to the standard expected in the workplace

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One of 3 principles in courseware design that gives targets, learning objectives and goals

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It is defined as applying knowledge, skills, and attitudes to perform work activities to the standard expected in the workplace

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Official or formal recognition of one’s knowledge and skills acquired or learned on the job or informal training via life experience or any combination of these.

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It is a type of competency that every worker must have across all industry sectors

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Assessment Validation occurs when

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What do you mean by contingency management skills?

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A skill of a facilitator that reassures attendees of the meeting that they are being heard and help sustain their focus in the meeting is called

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It is a private process in the preparation of TNA questionnaire and allows for the checking of suitability, validity and practicability of a research tool

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The ____________ contains findings and recommendation

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This type of e-Learning is based on teamwork

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Primary purpose is teaching or self-learning.

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This wholly transformed the traditional chalk and blackboard culture.

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A written document designed to streamline a project

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Qualification is a package of competencies describing a particular function or job role existing in an economic sector.

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Under this training, the workers earn while learning. This training is generally given to the technical staff, craftsmen, plumbers, etc. who are required to work under a superior for a relatively long period until he gains expertise in that particular field.

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It is a quick, low-cost and teamwork technique to carry out occupational analysis directly by which established a unit of competency.

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A well-planned session plan should specify the beginning and ending time of the training and should outline the major activities and the approximate time each activity should occur so that attendees will know how much timeframe is needed.

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Refers to the records, statements of facts or other information which are relevant to the audit criteria, verifiable.

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It is structured and regulated, usually by legislation at a national level, it is waged, is based in the workplace and based on a contract which specifies a duration

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A part of the module of instruction that is identified based on the developers strategy in presenting the lesson and availability of training resources.

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Set of specialized units of competency required of workers which are unique in a particular area

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It is a type of evaluation geared to fully understand how a program works. A sample question for this type is: How are the trainers prepared for the training program?

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It is an element of the Apprenticeship framework delivered away from the workplace, possibly in a classroom or workshop setting

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A systematic, independent process for obtaining evidence and evaluating it objectively to determine the extent to which criteria are fulfilled.

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Systematic process of collecting information and using that information to improve your training. It provides feedback to help you identify if your training achieved your intended outcomes, and helps you make decisions about future trainings

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A monitoring plan includes

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Establishing the purpose, focusing at the context of assessment validation is:

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What aspects of competency-based assessment can be validated?

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Assessment validation concentrates on the performance of the trainee during assessment, the process of assessment and the way the assessor carries out assessment

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This stage of validation concentrates on the design of the assessment tools and the interpretation of the units of competency to be assessed.

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Tools and equipment are cleaned and stored in accordance with workplace requirements is an example of:

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The key steps in assessment validation process (in order or sequence)

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This is a type of TNA that aligns training with business strategy and ensures resources and managerial support for training

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A training situation where trainees are released from performing regular work tasks for a set period of time, the training occurs in their usual workplace

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A method of collecting data where identified respondents is interviewed on a sufficient set of questions and qualitative data can be collected

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Learning outcomes should meet three criteria; they must be observable, measurable, must be written with action verbs, clear and cannot be subjected to ambiguity or misinterpretation. Example of action verb appropriate for a learning outcome is

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It specifies the training approach and methodology to be employed during the training program

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A method of collecting data where identified respondents is interviewed on a sufficient set of questions and qualitative data can be collected

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It specifies the proposed training duration of the training program

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It is a point to consider when planning a course which concerns if it allows time for materials to be developed

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In the competency standard, the learning outcomes usually come from

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The learning environment contains three main components except for

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 List of learning materials/modules; equipment, tools, supplies and materials

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